November’s second summer is coming to an end and this weekend we will have returned to more seasonal temperatures. While we may have to put on our jackets and scarves before heading outside, there is plenty to enjoy if we do (as well as plenty to do if we don’t)!
School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa
October is upon us! The most beautiful month of the year has arrived and the trees are ablaze with golden yellows, rusty oranges, and fiery reds. While this weekend’s forecast isn’t calling for 30-degree weather like the weekend past, it is a great opportunity to layer up in those comfy fall sweaters and scarves and get outdoors.
UK artist Paul Harfleet will be planting pansies at the site of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes across Ottawa for the next couple weeks, and he wants you to reach out if you would like him to plant a pansy for you.
Her work is dripping with satire and a sharpness to its perspective that toes the line between mockery and conviction.
The bad news: November has arrived. The warmth of summer has fallen away with the leaves on the trees and November’s chill and rain are setting in like damp socks on cold feet. The good news: the weekend has arrived. The weather may be less than favourable, but there is still a ton to enjoy on this wonderful break from the work week.
Lamenting the end of summer? This weekend goes to show that fall is just as fun!
Stranger Things: Roger Ballen’s first Ottawa exhibition sheds light on a master of the dark—until 09.23.18
An American who has lived in South Africa since the early 1980s, Ballen’s work is the subject of the new exhibition There Is No Outside at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa. Featuring nine photos and three videos, it marks the first time the award-winning Ballen has exhibited here.
Another glorious weekend is upon us, Ottawa. A weekend so full of fun, that it is impossible to do it all. Despite this, we like to keep you in the know re: all things cool, so here you have it – the Weekend Roundup.
Raymond Aubin is an artist in contemporary photography who also writes critiques and reviews in visual and media arts. Tourists: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, a collection of photographs by fine art photographer Jake Morrison, invites viewers to reflect on the ambiguity of tourism. The ghostly figures that fill Morrison’s photographs almost appear deliberately placed over […]